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Army of the Czecho-Slovakia republic 1938-1945

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Modifkace ArmA II, the Czechs and Slovaks who fought in 1938-1945 against Bolshevism and Fascism. Modification deals with the fate of the Czechoslovak Army 1938-1939, 1939-1945 Slovak Army and the Czechoslovak Army Abroad (east, west, middle east). The basis should be imported from the models of the same name modification for ArmA (at this time has been preparing the release of ArmA version 1.02 ).

Main Focused but still remains in the year 1938, which is shrouded in myth abroad that the Czechoslovak border falleth not one shot. Fighting between insurgents Sudeten German, SS and Wehrmacht units have resulted in hundreds of casualties on both sides. A great myth is the backwardness of Czechoslovak weapons and technology. The only what MS. technology lagged behind the Air Force. Cs. Light tanks were at the German medium tanks. The Army had one of the most modern weapons of the world, because at that time, Czechoslovakia was one of the biggest exporters of weapons in the world (one in Czechoslovakia exported more arms than the U.S.A).

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Looks nice. Do you have plans to make that armored train functional? Damn it'd be cool to have working trains on Chernarus... :cool:

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Very well done :cool:

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:bounce3: hehe, TanÄik vz.33

Good to see this being made for A2; will surely come here to check the news!

About that Tatra.. it would be awesome.. if only drivable trains would be possible not only this T-18 would be a great vehicle to fight in.. imagine such a beast in action :rolleyes:

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:bounce3: hehe, TanÄik vz.33

Good to see this being made for A2; will surely come here to check the news!

About that Tatra.. it would be awesome.. if only drivable trains would be possible not only this T-18 would be a great vehicle to fight in.. imagine such a beast in action :rolleyes:

I think I know what you mean. T-18 was part of an armored train, but in Polish colors. Pity that the mod in September 1939 rather stop talking. Lots of weapons and technology for their mod had the opportunity to have me.

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wow... it's rather hard to get the meaning of your posts, but the pics look good. Looking forward to this one :)

Terms of the Czechoslovak army in 1938-1945, ie the period when the Czechs and Slovaks fought against the Germans, Hungarians, Poles, Russians and Italians. The basis is a modification of the Czechoslovak army in the fall of 1938. Next Slovak Army 1941-1944, which fought against the Soviet Union and the Czechoslovak Foreign Army in England, the USSR and the Middle East.

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good luck friend,nice to see original stuff in arma2

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Today represent LT-40, a light tank model 1940 Slovak Army. Version without the guns (used in 1941 during an attack on the USSR) and the version of 1942-1945.

Now preparing for a heavy machine gun vz.7/24.

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This addon looks great, more armour is always a good thing.

The modification techniques have in abundance and will continue to increase. List:

German

PZ bfw 35(t)

PZ bfw 38(t)

PZ kpfw 35(t)

LTM 35

LTM 38

Mörserzugmittel 35(t)

pzkpfw38t

Pz kpfw 38 (t) 44 - 45

Pz kpfw 38 (t) 43 - 44

PZ kpfw I B (1938)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1938

PZ kpfw I B (1939)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1939)

PZ kpfw I B (1940)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1940)

PZ kpfw I B (Afrika 1942)

PZ kpfw I B (1943)

PZ kpfw I A (1938)

PZ kpfw I A - camo (1938)

PZ kpfw I A (1939)

PZ kpfw I A - camo (1939)

PZ kpfw I A (1940)

PZ kpfw I A - maskovaný (1940)

PZ kpfw I A (Afrika 1942)

PZ kpfw I A (1943)

PZ kpfw I A - maskovaný (1943)

PZ bfw I (1938)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1938)

PZ bfw I (1939)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1939)

PZ bfw I (1940)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1940)

PZ bfw I (Afrika 1942)

PZ bfw I (1943)

PZ bfw I - camo (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1940)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1940)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II (44-45)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (44-45)

PZ.Kpfw. II - (Afrika 1942)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (40-43)

Romanian

R-2

R-2 TACAM

T-38

Slovakian

LT-34

LT-35

LT-38

LT-38 (1941-1942)

LT-38 (42-45)

LT-40

LT-40 with HMG

TÄ vz.33

Czechoslovakian

LT vz.34

LT vz.35

LT vz.38

TČ vz.33

LT 38/37

T-18

T-34/76 (ZIZKA)

T-34/76 (JANOSIK)

T-34/76 (LIDICE)

T-34/76 (Ostrava-Karvin operations)

Soviet

T-34/76

T-34/76 (camo june 1944)

Preparing for yet another series of techniques, not counting weapons. The Czechoslovak techniques still under construction and vz.30 OA OA OA vz.27 vz.30 version and in the service of other armies. Furthermore, the implementation of PZ III A and B.

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This actually is your planned content? -> wow..

now if you tell me you're working on all of this all by yourself.. -> wow for a second time

:)

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The modification techniques have in abundance and will continue to increase. List:

German

PZ bfw 35(t)

PZ bfw 38(t)

PZ kpfw 35(t)

LTM 35

LTM 38

Mörserzugmittel 35(t)

pzkpfw38t

Pz kpfw 38 (t) 44 - 45

Pz kpfw 38 (t) 43 - 44

PZ kpfw I B (1938)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1938

PZ kpfw I B (1939)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1939)

PZ kpfw I B (1940)

PZ kpfw I B - camo (1940)

PZ kpfw I B (Afrika 1942)

PZ kpfw I B (1943)

PZ kpfw I A (1938)

PZ kpfw I A - camo (1938)

PZ kpfw I A (1939)

PZ kpfw I A - camo (1939)

PZ kpfw I A (1940)

PZ kpfw I A - maskovaný (1940)

PZ kpfw I A (Afrika 1942)

PZ kpfw I A (1943)

PZ kpfw I A - maskovaný (1943)

PZ bfw I (1938)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1938)

PZ bfw I (1939)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1939)

PZ bfw I (1940)

PZ bfw I - maskovaný (1940)

PZ bfw I (Afrika 1942)

PZ bfw I (1943)

PZ bfw I - camo (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1940)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1940)

PZ.Kpfw. II (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (1943)

PZ.Kpfw. II (44-45)

PZ.Kpfw. II - camo (44-45)

PZ.Kpfw. II - (Afrika 1942)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. A - camo (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B (40-43)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (1938)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (1939)

PZ.Kpfw. IV Ausf. B - camo (40-43)

Romanian

R-2

R-2 TACAM

T-38

Slovakian

LT-34

LT-35

LT-38

LT-38 (1941-1942)

LT-38 (42-45)

LT-40

LT-40 with HMG

TÄ vz.33

Czechoslovakian

LT vz.34

LT vz.35

LT vz.38

TČ vz.33

LT 38/37

T-18

T-34/76 (ZIZKA)

T-34/76 (JANOSIK)

T-34/76 (LIDICE)

T-34/76 (Ostrava-Karvin operations)

Soviet

T-34/76

T-34/76 (camo june 1944)

Preparing for yet another series of techniques, not counting weapons. The Czechoslovak techniques still under construction and vz.30 OA OA OA vz.27 vz.30 version and in the service of other armies. Furthermore, the implementation of PZ III A and B.

All I can say is holy hell!, thats alot of armoured vehicles. Wow, looking very forward to this modification.

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This actually is your planned content? -> wow..

now if you tell me you're working on all of this all by yourself.. -> wow for a second time

:)

It is not planned content. It is finished. Models of ArmA version is no problem getting into ArmA II. The planned content is much broader.

Tanks from the beginning of the war, I have not seen anywhere else, so I had to do and to make them. Mostly just the technique of Czechoslovak production, which was used throughout the world and on all sides. Brenda ZB-26 today to be used by insurgents in Afghanistan. LTP, a Peruvian version of the LT-40 tank drove into the Peruvian armed forces until 1988 and tankette AH-IV enjoyed until recently, Ethiopia at war with Somalia.

Overall, we give people the opportunity to be able to create on the basis of this modikace their projects, such projects would be Poland, 1939, attack the USSR, North Africa 1941-1943. Czechoslovak units, for example, prevented from autumn 1941 to spring 1942 Tobruk. In the years 1944-1945 besieged the port of Dunkirk.

For game releases are going to ArmA version 1.02, then release the third version with more extended content and technology of weapons and units. Mainly includes German units classified according to the various uniforms of the period when the uniforms were used. In ArmA II would be similar.

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thank so for your hard work i love your models and the detailed textures ...im happy :)

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Beautiful!

Ha ha, few days ago I watched a movie about a polish brigade who used exactly the same tanks;

the movie was made in early 1960's, and because of lack of original tanks they built fake ones on t-34's... :j:

@3:44

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WOW

This is really cool

I can just imagine a WW2 massive tank battle happening :)

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Beautiful!

Ha ha, few days ago I watched a movie about a polish brigade who used exactly the same tanks;

the movie was made in early 1960's, and because of lack of original tanks they built fake ones on t-34's... :j:

@3:44

Polish Tank Brigade used the version I have the impression E.

http://www.armchairgeneral.com/images/Bovington/large/Art23.JPG

Even the version I am thinking to do. Version CS (body E, F) also.

Still doing the addon Polish Army? Feel I can also send. P3D models and textures (such as P-08 LP-08, P-38, K98k prewar, wartime K98k, K98k with GG42 and others)

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